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Harold Gibbons

Harold "Hal" Gibbons

Thursday, February 4th, 2021
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Obituary

On February 4, 2021 while residing at Benchmark Senior Living in Norwood, MA.

Hal Gibbons was born in Los Angeles, CA on May 5th, 1926. His parents, Herb and Pearl, had three children: Vivian, Hal, and Coloma. When Hal was eight years old, his family moved to Dearborn, MI in a Model T with all their belongings inside and strapped to the running boards. They moved to Michigan to be closer to his Aunt and Uncle. Hal’s Uncle trained Hal’s Dad to be an auto mechanic and set Herb up with his own auto shop in Michigan. Hal enjoyed helping his father work on cars.

Hal was eighteen when he joined the Navy and served from 1944 - 1946. Hal married the love of his life, Joyce. Hal and Joyce were married on June 16, 1951 and enjoyed sixty-eight years of marital bliss. Hal and Joyce traveled the world together and lived in a beautiful home.

Hal got his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Engineering from the University of Michigan. Hal was an engineer at General Dynamics working in communications technology. Hal and Joyce lived in Medfield, MA and were loved by their many wonderful neighbors. They moved to Benchmark Senior Living in Norwood several years ago to enjoy all the activities and social functions that the assisted living facility provided. Hal and Joyce were devoted members of the United Church of Christ. Hal has had an incredible and successful life full of great memories.

A small prayer service at the cemetery is being planned and will be announced on this website.
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Hal and Joyce at their wedding 1951
Hal and his older sister Vivian in Los Angeles
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